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Tuesday , 9 August 2022

Tag Archives: CCTV cameras

Central Traffic Management Centre at Pune Commissionerate

The city police of Pune recently inaugurated the newly constructed building of the Central Traffic Management Centre in the premises of the Pune police commissionerate. The ultra-modern traffic management centre has been constructed at a cost of Rs 50 lakh which has a giant screen on a wall with multiple monitoring systems. Live feed of 1,230 CCTV cameras located on ...

ATCS for Surat

Surat Municipal Corporation (SMC) has earmarked a budget of Rs 103Cr for the intelligent traffic management system (ITMS) for the city. A Thiruvananthapuram-based company has bagged the tender for installing Adaptive Traffic Control System (ATCS) in the city. The civic body in co-ordination with city police has identified around 267 traffic junctions where the smart sensors will be installed along ...

202 railway stations to have Integrated Security System

Based on the report of high-level committee, in consultation with the Zonal Railways, 202 stations have been recognized for installation of an Integrated Security System (ISS) to strengthen surveillance mechanism at the stations. The ISS includes of CCTV Cameras, Access Control, Personal & Baggage Screening System and Bomb Detection & Disposal System. 102 stations have already been provided with CCTV ...

NH-8 traffic updates to be aired

Concerned about rising complaints regarding regular traffic snarls on NH-8, the state ministry will now seeking regular traffic updates from Millennium City Expressways Private Limited (MCEPL) and air them on radio. The updates will include details of traffic flow, heavy traffic on particular spots and vehicle breakdowns on the carriageway and service lanes, if any. Information will be collected for ...

CCTV cameras in Greater Noida

All busy intersections and T-points in Greater Noida will soon be under CCTV surveillance. The cameras which will be connected to a control room in SSP office in Surajpur will help track down traffic violators and also help to improve safety of commuters and local residents.

CCTV cameras in Mohali

The Mohali Municipal Corporation has made an offer to the police to install CCTV cameras to regulate traffic and ensure enforcement of the traffic rules in the city. Generally, drivers remove their helmets or seat belts soon after entering Mohali from Chandigarh the traffic police often fail to check on them. Mayor Kulwant Singh said that as Mohali was located ...

DELHI’S FIRST DRIVER-LESS TRAIN

The Delhi Metro has received its first train which is capable of running without a driver. The trains are manufactured at Changwan in South Korea. The trains will run on the upcoming Majlish Park-Shiv Vihar (Line 7 – 58.596 km) and Janakpuri West- Botanical Garden (Line 8 – 38.235 km) corridors of Phase 3. Both these corridors are expected to ...

CCTV cameras on 80 DTC buses

The Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) has installed CCTV cameras on 80 of its bus as a part of a pilot project aimed at strengthening security in buses. In the first phase 200 buses including low-floor AC and non-AC buses will be fitted with the cameras. The cameras have a recording capacity of seven hours. A Control Room has been set ...

Railways to use CCTVs and jammers against touts

The Railways is working on a plan to use CCTV cameras and jammers to curtail operation of touts. The system will be first tried out in big and small railway ticket reservation centres and booking counters in Delhi railway stations. The cameras will send live feed at the time of booking reservations. Commercial inspectors of railways and divisional railway managers ...

Home-delivered traffic challans

Traffic violators in Ahmedabad will soon find challans being delivered to their homes. This follows the revival of the e-challan project by the city traffic police. According to senior traffic police officers, the system is all set to start from June 2015 and the database of all the existing vehicle owners has been updated. The roads will be put under ...